Book Flights To Germany

Book Flights To Germany

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Flight Options to Germany

Munich (RUH - MUC)



Average 09h 05m 

Average 09h 45m 

Average 09h 20m 

From SAR 1,484

From SAR 1,361

From SAR 1,956

Frankfurt (RUH - FRA)



Average 09h 25m 

Average 09h 15m 

Average 09h 45m 

From SAR 858

From SAR 1,211

From SAR 989

Berlin (RUH - BER)


(CAI - BER)  

Average 09h 25m 

Average 09h 15m 

Average 13h 05m 

From SAR 1,885

From SAR 1,134

From SAR 1,340

(One-stop-flights with cheapest ticket prices to Germany)

Popular Airports - Germany 

  • Frankfurt international airport: Also known as Rhein-Main-Flughafen, it’s the busiest airport in Germany, with a wide range of facilities, including children’s play areas, shops & restaurants, luggage storage, medical services, and baby care facilities.
  • Munich International Airport: The second-busiest airport in Germany, Munich Airport serves both Munich and Upper Bavaria. It’s equipped with a hygiene article machine, pharmacy, VipWing, and mobility service. 
  • Berlin Brandenburg Airport Willy Brandt: It’s located outside Berlin in the state of Brandenburg. The Airport amenities include lounges, Vip services, free Wi-Fi, and mobility services.

Germany Ticket Prices & Top Airlines

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EGYPTAIR Baggage Allowance Policy

Average Price SAR 1,381 

  • Comfortable seats
  • On-board meals 
  • Power outlet on selected aircraft


Lufthansa Baggage Allowance Policy

Average Price SAR 3,304

  • In-flight entertainment
  • On-board Wi-Fi
  • In-flight dining

Saudi Arabian Airlines

Saudia Baggage Allowance Policy

Average Price SAR 2,564

  • International food options
  • Adjustable seats
  • Entertainment kit

Travel Updates

Check out the latest travel, safety and entry requirements for Germany.

Germany … Deutschland

Some might be surprised to know that Germany has a lot to offer other than prestigious cars. The country is overly rich in tourist attractions, whether in Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Hamburg, or other cities. For instance, the capital Berlin is known for its art scene as well as iconic landmarks. Munich's history goes back to 1157, while its status in the modern world is still as significant. In other words, it earned the title "Heimliche Hauptstadt," meaning the Secret Capital, due to its critical role in supporting the German economy after WWII. Also, Frankfurt is where you can find the home of famous writer Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, now the Goethe House Museum. Eventually, Germany's remarkable history stuns all travelers for boasting numerous attractions.

Most Popular Attractions to Visit in Germany:

  • The Brandenburg Gate: Dating back to the 18th-century, this is one of Berlin’s most famous landmarks. Built in the exact location of the old city gate, it’s witnessed significant events. Besides its historical significance, It’s considered a symbol of peace in the whole of Europe. 
  • Marienplatz: Translated to St. Mary’s Square, it has always been the core of Munich’s social activities. Therefore, events are happening nearby all year long. For instance, The Christmas market holds sports competitions for both professional players and tourists. Moreover, Mariensäule, or the Column of St. Mary, is known to witness gatherings of people watching the Glockenspiel, the carillon housed in the Town Hall.
  • Bayerische Staatsoper: The 350-year Bavarian State Opera is the largest in Germany. With around 450 admirable performances yearly, the Opera House welcomes hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.
  • Neuschwanstein Castle: Placed on a rugged hill, the castle is another historical landmark In Bavaria, Germany. It used to be the residency of King Ludwig II until he died in 1886. Soon after that, it was opened to the public. 

Most Popular Activities to Do in Germany:

  • Shopping: Mall of Berlin, Westfield Centro, and Schadow-Arkaden, are among the best shopping malls in the country. 
  • Nature & Parks: London's Hyde Park and New York's Central Park are no longer huge compared to Englischer Garten. It’s generally everything you could desire in a park, including a massive playground, a beautiful lake, and 3 tiny islands. Other gardens such as Augsburg Botanical Garden, Gardens of the World, and Berggarten are peaceful green spaces that would keep you distant from city life.
  • Sports Activities: Spend a day hiking as a thrilling experience is indeed guaranteed in Germany. Also, if you're traveling during winter, skiing would get you to feel the adrenaline rush, no matter how cold it gets. 

The above information is collected from Google Travel guide to Germany

Plan your Itinerary and Learn About Germany Through our FAQs

Q. Can I fly to Germany now?

A. Germany has waived some of the Covid-19 restrictions. Yet, ensure to check the full details before booking tickets to Germany.  

Q. Which is the best airport to land in Germany?

A. Frankfurt International Airport is favored by many. However, it really depends on your itinerary. 

Q. When is the best time to go to Germany?

A. Germany’s weather is bearable all year round. But if you can't stand the cold, the summer months are the best fit for you. 

Disclaimer: All fares are subject to availability at the time of booking.